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The 2022 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in Brazil. Results and Impacts

Online event series on Brazil On October 30, former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of the Workers’ Party (PT) narrowly defeated incumbent Jair Bolsonaro in the runoff of Brazil’s presidential election. In January 2023, he will assume the presidency of Brazil, a position he already held twice between 2003 and 2010. Even though Lula managed a narrow victory in the run-off election, the country faces major challenges. Bolsonarismo is not finished even after its defeat in the presidential elections; its power base inside and outside the parliaments is enormous. The Online Event Series brings together scholars from Brazil and Europe to discuss the results of the 2022 elections in the context of the Brazilian political system, to draw a balance of the Bolsonaro presidency, and to provide an outlook on expected developments from 2023 onwards. Format: six panels of approx. 90 minutes each. Coordination: Peter Birle (Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut, Berlin), Bruno Speck (Universidade de São Paulo)
| by Hannah
Neue Studie zur Justiz: Polizeigewalt in Brasilien bleibt meist straffrei

Neue Studie zur Justiz: Polizeigewalt in Brasilien bleibt meist straffrei

Eine neue Studie des Núcleo de Justiça Racial e Direito der Stiftung Fundação Getulio Vargas zeigt, dass die brasilianische Justiz selbst in denjenigen Fällen, in denen die Tötungsdelikte der Polizei bei schwarzen Opfern große mediale Aufmerksamkeit erzielten, die verantwortlichen Akteure und Institutionen nicht zur juristischen Verantwortung zieht.
| by Christian.russau@fdcl.org